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Hi Guys: Now I'm thinking(problem for me) I'll get a power cable for my turntable. From Audioadvisor I bought a Pangea AC-1 14SE power cable. Played a London phase 4 stereo LP. with the original power cable. Switched to the Pangea power cable Played the same LP. Did not make any difference. Could not hear anything better or worse. Cheers Charlie P.S. Turkey day is almost here. Happy Holidays to all my audiocircle buds and families.
I AM a cheapskate!
Yeah, you got a problem -- power cords can make a huge difference, and the good ones can cost $500 - $750 used. Spending more than that just doesn't make sense, unless you have a ton of extra expendable income.
My approach is to buy power cords that were all the rage several years ago and may have cost above a grand or two when new, but can now be had for a fraction of the cost.
This is my M.O. as well. Buy last years latest and greatest on the used market. I like TWL and Wywires... but if you don't think P.C.'s make a difference, that's ok too. Doesn't bother me or change what I like.
"Rat's nest of cables..." I just keep the AC power cords away from the IC, and it seems good.I like a little too long IC over just right (future proofing) so my cables are a little messier than needed.My main rack has a back central spine, with some metal screen material, I like to Zip Tie the power cords to it. Keeps them out of the way, AND keeps them from sagging and pulling out since the IEC socket is not supporting the weight of the power cord.
I am thinking about getting some flexible vinyl or pvc corrugated hose and run my wires through a few of them for more shielding and better cable management
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